Dan Ritchie announces new Tutorial CD and 2.0c Patch for Project Dogwaffle
Santa Clarita, CA – March 22, 2004 – Dan Ritchie,
developer and publisher of the award winning paint software Project
Dogwaffle, announced the availability of the newest patch,
version 2.0c, and new tutorial CD to help quickly get acquainted with
painting in Dogwaffle..
"In February we had released a first patch (2.0b) with enhancements
as more speed improvements and new plugins. This newest patch (2.0c)
even more improvements." said Ritchie. "Several plugins didn't support
alpha and have been updated. There are also new and updated plugins and
filters. For advanced users there's also a
shortcut to temporarily disable the overhead of recording into memory
for Undo/redo, so that you can work even faster on slow machines."
"At this point however we think that what our new customers will want the most are introductory tutorials to quickly get started and learn the basic uses and features of Project Dogwaffle. To that effect I have recorded video and audio tutorials and we're releasing them on CD. A few of them are available for free viewing, these may be all you need to get started. The whole set of tutorials is now available on CD, either by themselves (tutorials only) for those who already have Dogwaffle, or packaged with a light edition of Dogwaffle 2 (a new v1.2) or even with a full version of Dogwaffle 2.0 including the latest 2.0c patch. The CD contains about 90 Mbytes of video captured tutorials with audio as a collection of AVI files in WM9 format."There are many uses for Project Dogwaffle, from drawing and sketching to painting and animating.
About Dan Ritchie
As a professional 3D animator, Dan Ritchie has always had a need to
produce textures, create uv maps, and process sequences of
frames. 2D painting is a rewarding hobby which he loves to do and
explore with Dogwaffle. As if being a 2D artist and 3D animator isn't
enough, in addition to enjoying heavily optimized code programing, Dan
is also a writer. He recently finished and published his novel, Silver
Squirrel. For more details about Dan's work, visit www.squirreldome.com
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